Designing your syllabi can be a terrific way to combat the multiple forms of oppression as well as to engage in activism. Your choice of texts and your teaching style make a difference. There are no courses on how to prepare syllabi in religious studies. The art must be developed by looking at models from courses you have taken and/or work your colleagues are willing to share. The AAR has a syllabi project (www.aarweb.org/syllabus). The Women’s Caucus has gathered and made available syllabi over the years. The Wabash Center has posted a number of useful and creative syllabi for religious studies courses (www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu). Remember, syllabi are like other academic materials. They belong to their authors. If they are published, they can be used like any other source, that is, with proper annotation.